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jan-dec 1997

THE PHYSICIAN AND SPORTSMEDICINE - VOL 25 - NO. 11 - DECEMBER 97


The 1997 Annual Index lists articles by regular department, author, and subject. One- or two-letter codes after articles in the author and subject sections indicate the article type:

CL: Clinical
CM: Commentary
CR: Case Report
EM: Emergencies
EQ: ECG Quiz
EX: Exercise Adviser
F: Feature
IN: In My Experience
IQ: Imaging Quiz
L: Listing
NB: News Brief
NU: Nutrition Adviser
PA: Patient Adviser
QA: Question and Answer
RT: Roundtable
XM: Exercise Is Medicine

DEPARTMENT

Exercise Adviser
Avoiding and treating blisters, Dec, p 91
Choosing and using exercise equipment, Jan, p 107
Dodging common exercise pitfalls, Jul, p 105
Exercising to lose 10 to 20 pounds, Apr, p 139
Heart health for a lifetime: sound exercise choices, Nov, p 109
Lightning strikes: how to lower your risk, May, p 129
Skin care for active people, Mar, p 131
Team up for thigh stretches: exercises for flexibility or recovery, Oct, p 129
The right way to do sit-ups, Jun, p 111

In My Experience
A postgame nightmare, Feb, p 88
Insulin as an anabolic aid? a danger for strength athletes, Oct, p 103

News Briefs
A genetic link to boxing impairment?, Sep, p 21
A record high for Lyme disease, Aug, p 37
A return to football after heart surgery, Nov, p 16
Bikers frequently fracture clavicle, Jun, p 17
Can supplements reduce arthritis symptoms?, Dec, p 15
Choosing the best exercise for seniors, Jun, p 21
College athletes using steroids less, marijuana more, Dec, p 21
Court affirms right to disqualify athletes, Jan, p 19
Cross-training can lead to injuries, Sep, p 22
Ephedrine safety rules proposed, Jul, p 29
Exercise testing guidelines updated, Aug, p 47
HCM: higher risk for black athletes?, May, p 21
Neurologists offer concussion options, Apr, p 25; (letter) Dec, p 25
Orthoses face off in heel pain treatment, Feb, p 6; (letter) May, p 114
Pact may help stifle smokeless tobacco use, Aug, p 46
Water tubing stirs safety concerns, Jul, p 25
When the buck stops the heart, Apr, p 26
World Medical Games: a jock doc's dream, Jun, p 22

Nutrition Adviser
Animal proteins and active people, May, p 123
Caffeine: a user's guide, Nov, p 107
Carbohydrate unloading: a reality check, Feb, p 97
Defense plants: foods that fight disease, Dec, p 89
Eating for peak performance, Oct, p 123
Eating for vitamins: do you need supplements?, Jul, p 103
Facts about fish: don't miss its benefits, Jan, p 105
Fake sugars and fats: net benefits or real risks?, Apr, p 133
Female gymnasts: older-and healthier?, Mar, p 25
Fueling workouts on a shoestring, Sep, p 147
Get to know grains: the foundation of good nutrition, Jun, p 107
Nutrition for muscle builders, Aug, p 145
Take time for a good lunch, Mar, p 129

Patient Adviser
Athletic shoes: finding a good match, Sep, p 145
Exercise for mild coronary artery disease, Dec, p 35
Exercise for osteoarthritis, Jul, p 57
Exercise your independence, Sep, p 135
Extend yourself for low-back pain relief, Jan, p 65
Relieving low-back pain with exercise, Aug, p 67
Your exercise treatment for lung disease, Nov, p 57

AUTHOR

Ahfeld SK: see Garl TC, Jun, p 41
Alexander L: see Garl TC, Jun, p 41
Anderson V: Bikers frequently fracture clavicle, Jun, p 17, NB
Anderson V: Court affirms right to disqualify athletes, Jan, p 19, NB
Anderson V: Exercise testing guidelines updated, Aug, p 47, NB
Anderson V: Female gymnasts: older-and healthier?, Mar, p 25, NB
Andrish JT: Osteochondritis dissecans in a young pitcher: why early recognition matters, Mar, p 85, CR
Araujo D: Expecting questions about exercise and pregnancy?, Apr, p 84, CL
Armsey TD Jr: Nutrition supplements: science vs hype, Jun, p 76, CL
Aronen JG: Team up for thigh stretches: exercises for flexibility or recovery, Oct, p 129, EX

Babcock M: see Wang DH, May, p 64
Bach BR Jr: Acute knee injuries: when to refer, May, p 39, EM
Bassewitz HL: Persistent Pain After Ankle Sprain: targeting the causes, Dec, p 58, CL
Bell MM: Elbow pain in a cyclist, May, p 83, IQ
Blumenthal MN: Managing allergies in active people, Aug, p 129, CL
Bohm ME: see Knopp WD, Jan, p 47
Bomba BJ Sr: see Garl TC, Jun, p 41
Buckwalter JA: Decreased mobility in the elderly: the exercise antidote, Sep, p 126, XM
Buckwalter JA: Exercise your independence, Sep, p 135, PA
Butcher JD: see Meredith RM, Oct, p 29
Butcher JD: A murmur in an asymptomatic athlete, Aug, p 135, EQ

Caldwell BD: Calf pain in a recreational basketball player, Jan, p 73, IQ
Cantwell JD: A heart mumur and dyspnea in a 65-year-old runner, May, p 121, EQ
Cantwell JD: Dizziness in a cardiac rehabilitation patient, Feb, p 89, EQ
Caravalho J Jr: see Jimenez CE, Aug, p 112
Cervoni TD: Recognizing upper-extremity stress lesions, Aug, p 69, CL
Cherington M: Lightning strikes: how to lower your risk, May, p 129, EX
Clark JR: Sexually transmitted diseases: detection, differentiation, and treatment, Jan, p 76, CL
Clark N: see Joy E, Mar, p 94
Clark N: see Joy E, Apr, p 55
Clark N : Animal proteins and active people, May, p 123, NU
Clark N: Caffeine: a user's guide, Nov, p 107, NU
Clark N: Eating for vitamins: do you need supplements?, Jul, p 103, NU
Clark N: Facts about fish: don't miss its benefits, Jan, p 105, NU
Clark N: Fueling workouts on a shoestring, Sep, p 147, NU
Clark N: Take time for a good lunch, Mar, p 129, NU
Coleman E: Carbohydrate unloading: a reality check, Feb, p 97, NU
Cox MH: Exercise for coronary artery disease: a cornerstone of comprehensive treatment, Dec, p 27, XM
Cox MH: Exercise for mild coronary artery disease, Dec, p 35, PA
Curl LA: see Cervoni TD, Aug, p 69

Davis MF: Collapse in a young runner, Jul, p 99, EQ
Dienst WL Jr: Pinning down skin infections: diagnosis, treatment, and prevention in wrestlers, Dec, p 45, CL
Dightman L: see Dienst WL Jr, Dec, p 45
DiNubile NA: Exercise for osteoarthritis, Jul, p 57, PA
DiNubile NA: Expanding medical horizons: introducing a new series, Jul, p 45, XM
DiNubile NA: Osteoarthritis: how to make exercise part of your treatment plan, Jul, p 47, XM
Duffy G: see O'Brien CP, Aug, p 92
Dworkin MS: see Dienst WL Jr, Dec, p 45

Easterbrook M: Assessment and management of ocular foreign bodies, Feb, p 76, EM
Eichner ER: Ergogenic aids: what athletes are using-and why, Apr, p 70, CL
Erickson SM: Osteoporosis in active women: prevention, diagnosis, and treatment, Nov, p 61, CL

Feigenbaum MS: Strength training: rationale for current guidelines for adult fitness programs, Feb, p 44, CL; (letter) May, p 36
Fieseler CM: see O'Connor FG, May, p 88
Fomby EW: Identifying and treating myofascial pain syndrome, Feb, p 67, CL; (letter) Jun, p 30
Franklin BA: Heart health for a lifetime: sound exercise choices, Nov, p 109, EX
Fuerst ML: College athletes using steroids less, marijuana more, Dec, p 21, NB
Fuerst ML: HCM: higher risk for black athletes?, May, p 21, NB
Fuerst ML: Neurologists offer concussion options, Apr, p 25, NB; (letter) Dec, p 25
Fuerst ML: Orthoses face off in heel pain treatment, Feb, p 6, NB; (letter) May, p 114

Garl TC: Tibial fracture in a basketball player: treatment dilemmas and complications, Jun, p 41, CR
Garrick JG: Managing ankle sprains: keys to preserving motion and strength, Mar, p 56, QA
Ginsburg KR: Teen violence prevention: how to make a brief encounter make a difference, Mar, p 69, CL
Goodman JL: see Wang DH, Feb, p 26
Green GA: see Armsey TD, Jun, p 76
Griffiths B: see Selesnick FH, Sep, p 67
Griffiths GP: Rupture of the pectoralis major muscle: diagnosis and treatment, Aug, p 118, CL

Henehan M: Primary care sports medicine in the managed care environment: coping in today's culture, Jun, p 96, CL
Herbert DL: Preparticipation cardiovascular screening: toward a national standard, Mar, p 112, CM
Hosey RG: A postgame nightmare, Feb, p 88, IN
Hough DO: see Terrell T, Nov, p 75
Howard TM: see O'Connor FG, May, p 88
Howcroft MJ: see Easterbrook M, Feb, p 76
Howe WB: see Dienst WL Jr, Dec, p 45
Hutchinson MR: Cheerleading injuries: patterns, prevention, case reports, Sep, p 83, CL
Hwang I: see Jimenez CE, Jun, p 93
Hwang I: see Jimenez CE, Aug, p 112

Ireland ML: see Joy E, Mar, p 94
Ireland ML: see Joy E, Apr, p 55

Jebson PJL: Hand injuries in rock climbing: reaching the right treatment, May, p 54, CL
Jernigan J: see Morgan-Cooper A, Sep, p 112
Jimenez CE: Fever of undetermined origin in a soldier, Jun, p 93, IQ
Jimenez CE: Insidious illness in active seniors: decoding atypical presentations, Aug, p 112, CL
Johnston RH: see Easterbrook M, Feb, p 76
Jones R: see Henehan M, Jun, p 96
Joy E: Team management of the female athlete triad: part 1: what to look for, what to ask, Mar, p 94, RT
Joy E: Team management of the female athlete triad: part 2: optimal treatment and prevention tactics, Apr, p 55, RT
Joyner DM: see Storms WW, Mar, p 45

Kaplan B: see Swain R, Sep, p 47
Khosla R: An occult cervical spine fracture, Dec, p 69, CR
Kleiner SM: Defense plants: foods that fight disease, Dec, p 89, NU
Kleiner SM: Eating for peak performance, Oct, p 123, NU
Kleiner SM: Fake sugars and fats: net benefits or real risks?, Apr, p 133, NU
Kleiner SM: Get to know grains: the foundation of good nutrition, Jun, p 107, NU
Kleiner SM: Nutrition for muscle builders, Aug, p 145, NU
Knopp WD: Hypothyroidism presenting as tendinitis, Jan, p 47, CR
Kraus EH: see McFarland EG, Apr, p 132
Kuritzky L: Extend yourself for low-back pain relief, Jan, p 65, PA
Kuritzky L: Low-back pain: consider extension education, Jan, p 56, QA

Lamb MM: see Moeller JL, Apr, p 31
Laskowski ER: Refining rehabilitation with proprioception training: expediting return to play, Oct, p 89, CL

Martin DR: Athletic shoes: finding a good match, Sep, p 145, PA
Martin DR: How to steer patients toward the right sport shoe, Sep, p 138, F
Martire JR: see Joy E, Mar, p 94
Martire JR: see Joy E, Apr, p 55
Martire JR: see Cervoni TD, Aug, p 69
McBryde JP: Scapular fracture in a high school football player, Oct, p 64, CR
McCoy JC: see Knopp WD, Jan, p 47
McCrory P: Recognizing exercise-related headache, Feb, p 33, CL
McFarland EG: see Cervoni TD, Aug, p 69
McFarland EG: see Morgan-Cooper A, Sep, p 112
McFarland EG: Perplexing shin pain, Apr, p 132, IQ
Melham TJ: Atypical pneumonia in active patients: clues, causes, and return to play, Oct, p 43, CL
Mellion MB: see Fomby EW, Feb, p 67
Meredith RM: Field splinting of suspected fractures: preparation, assessment, and application, Oct, p 29, CL
Mink BD: Exercise and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: modest fitness gains pay big dividends, Nov, p 43, XM
Mink BD: Your exercise treatment for lung disease, Nov, p 57, PA
Moeller JL: Anterior cruciate ligament injuries in female athletes: why are women more susceptible?, Apr, p 31, CL; (letter) Aug, p 138
Moeller JL: Aseptic meningitis: a seasonal concern, Jul, p 34, CL
Mollica MB: Morton's neuroma: getting patients back on track, May, p 76, CL
Morgan EA: Diagnosing posterior cruciate ligament injuries, Nov, p 29, CL
Morgan-Cooper A: Tuberculosis in a young baseball player, Sep, p 112, CR
Murray PM: see Cantwell JD, Feb, p 89

Nattiv A: see Joy E, Mar, p 94
Nattiv A: see Joy E, Apr, p 55
Newcomer-Aney K: see Laskowski ER, Oct, p 89
Nirschl RP: see O'Connor FG, May, p 88

O'Brien CP: Lumbar spine stress fracture in a young athlete, Aug, p 92, CR
O'Connor FG: Managing overuse injuries: a systematic approach, May, p 88, CL

Parr RB: Exercising to lose 10 to 20 pounds, Apr, p 139, EX
Pollock ML: see Feigenbaum MS, Feb, p 44
Potera C: see Putukian M, Nov, p 80
Potera C: A return to football after heart surgery, Nov, p 16, NB
Potera C: Can supplements reduce arthritis symptoms?, Dec, p 15, NB
Potera C: Choosing the best exercise for seniors, Jun, p 21, NB
Potera C: Cross-training can lead to injuries, Sep, p 22, NB
Potera C: Help patients get serious about sunscreens, May, p 117, F
Potera C: When the buck stops the heart, Apr, p 26, NB
Putukian M: Don't miss gastrointestinal disorders in athletes, Nov, p 80, QA

Ramsey ML: Avoiding and treating blisters, Dec, p 91, EX
Ramsey ML: Skin care for active people, Mar, p 131, EX
Ramsey-Emrhein JA: see Torg JS, Jul, p 60
Rink L: see Garl TC, Jun, p 41
Roos RJ: The surgeon general's report: a prime resource for exercise advocates, Apr, p 122, F

Sakaguchi S: see Wang DH, May, p 64
Sandor RP: Heat illness: on-site diagnosis and cooling, Jun, p 35, EM
Schelkun PH: see Garrick JG, Mar, p 56
Schnirring L: A record high for Lyme disease, Aug, p 37, NB
Schnirring L: Pact may help stifle smokeless tobacco use, Aug, p 46, NB
Schnirring L: What's new in treating active women, Jul, p 91, F
Schnirring L: World Medical Games: a jock doc's dream, Jun, p 22, NB
Schnirring L: Ephedrine safety rules proposed, Jul, p 29, NB
Schoenfelt SJ: Water tubing stirs safety concerns, Jul, p 25, NB
Schwenk TL: Psychoactive drugs and athletic performance, Jan, p 32, CL
Selesnick FH: see Griffiths GP, Aug, p 118
Selesnick FH: A waterproof cast liner earns high marks, Sep, p 67, CL
Servi JT: Wrist pain from overuse: detecting and relieving intersection syndrome, Dec, p 41, CL
Sevier TL: see Erickson SM, Nov, p 61
Shapiro M: see Bassewitz HL, Dec, p 58
Sherman C: see Stanitski C, Apr, p 108
Sherman C: see Blumenthal MN, Aug, p 129
Shiple BJ: Relieving low-back pain with exercise, Aug, p 67, PA
Shiple BJ: Treating low-back pain: exercise knowns and unknowns, Aug, p 51, XM
Shrake L: see Cantwell JD, Feb, p 89
Smith J: see Laskowski ER, Oct, p 89
Speer AJ: see Speer SJ, Apr, p 94
Speer SJ: Office-based treatment of adult obesity, Apr, p 94, CL; (correction) Aug, p 139
Stamford B: Choosing and using exercise equipment, Jan, p 107, EX
Stamford B: Dodging common exercise pitfalls, Jul, p 105, EX
Stamford B: The right way to do sit-ups, Jun, p 111, EX
Stanitski C: How I manage physeal fractures about the knee, Apr, p 108, QA
Steyers CM: see Jebson PJL, May, p 54
Storms WW: Update on exercise-induced asthma: a report of the Olympic Exercise Asthma Summit Conference, Mar, p 45, CL; (letter) Aug, p 138
Swain R: Treating hypertension in active patients: which agents work best with exercise?, Sep, p 47, CL

Tarbet JA: see Wolin PM, Jun, p 54
Terrell T: Blunt trauma reveals a single kidney: a disqualification dilemma, Nov, p 75, CR
Thompson RK: see Dienst WL Jr, Dec, p 45
Thornton JS: A genetic link to boxing impairment?, Sep, p 21, NB
Thornton JS: Overcoming 'protected child syndrome': kids, exercise, and chronic illness, Nov, p 97, F
Thornton JS: Pain relief for acute soft-tissue injuries, Oct, p 108, F
Torg JS: Cervical spine and brachial plexus injuries: return-to-play recommendations, Jul, p 60, CL

Varechok S: see Joy E, Mar, p 94
Varechok S: see Joy E, Apr, p 55

Wang DH: Exercise-induced vasovagal syncope: limiting the risks, May, p 64, CL
Wang DH: Joint pain and swelling: could it be Lyme arthritis?, Feb, p 26, CR
Wappes JR: see Cherington M, May, p 129
Wappes JR: see Franklin BA, Nov, p 109
Wasik M: see Morgan-Cooper A, Sep, p 112
White J: see Kuritzky L, Jan, p 56
White J: see Kuritzky L, Jan, p 65
Willey JW II: Insulin as an anabolic aid? a danger for strength athletes, Oct, p 103, IN
Williams C: see O'Brien CP, Aug, p 92
Wolin PM: Rotator cuff injury: addressing overhead overuse, Jun, p 54, CL
Woods M: see Terrell T, Nov, p 75
Wroble RR: see Morgan EA, Nov, p 29

Yarnell PR: see Cherington M, May, p 129
Youngstedt SD: Does exercise truly enhance sleep?, Oct, p 72, CL

Zagelbaum BM: Treating corneal abrasions and lacerations, Mar, p 38, CL

SUBJECT

Abdomen
The right way to do sit-ups, Jun, p 111, EX
Adolescents
Female gymnasts: older-and healthier?, Mar, p 25, NB
How I manage physeal fractures about the knee, Apr, p 108, QA
Osteochondritis dissecans in a young pitcher: why early recognition matters, Mar, p 85, CR
Recognizing upper-extremity stress lesions, Aug, p 69, CL
Teen violence prevention: how to make a brief encounter make a difference, Mar, p 69, CL
Aging: see Older patients
Alendronate
Osteoporosis in active women: prevention, diagnosis, and treatment, Nov, p 61, CL
Allergy
Managing allergies in active people, Aug, p 129, CL
Amenorrhea: see Menstrual dysfunction
American Heart Association
Preparticipation cardiovascular screening: toward a national standard, Mar, p 112, CM
Amino acids
Nutrition supplements: science vs hype, Jun, p 76, CL
Anabolic steroids
College athletes using steroids less, marijuana more, Dec, p 21, NB
Ergogenic aids: what athletes are using-and why, Apr, p 70, CL
Angina: see Coronary artery disease
Ankle
Managing ankle sprains: keys to preserving motion and strength, Mar, p 56, QA
Persistent Pain After Ankle Sprain: targeting the causes, Dec, p 58, CL
Anterior cruciate ligament: see Knee
Aortic insufficiency
A return to football after heart surgery, Nov, p 16, NB
Arm
Recognizing upper-extremity stress lesions, Aug, p 69, CL
Arthritis
Can supplements reduce arthritis symptoms?, Dec, p 15, NB
Exercise for osteoarthritis, Jul, p 57, PA
Joint pain and swelling: could it be Lyme arthritis?, Feb, p 26, CR
Osteoarthritis: how to make exercise part of your treatment plan, Jul, p 47, XM
Artificial fats: see Fats
Artificial sugars: see Sugars
Aseptic meningitis: see Meningitis
Asthma
Managing allergies in active people, Aug, p 129, CL
Update on exercise-induced asthma: a report of the Olympic Exercise Asthma Summit Conference, Mar, p 45, CL; (letter) Aug, p 138
Atypical pneumonia: see Pneumonia

Back pain
Extend yourself for low-back pain relief, Jan, p 65, PA
Low-back pain: consider extension education, Jan, p 56, QA
Relieving low-back pain with exercise, Aug, p 67, PA
Treating low-back pain: exercise knowns and unknowns, Aug, p 51, XM
Bacterial infection: see Infection
Beta-agonist
Ergogenic aids: what athletes are using-and why, Apr, p 70, CL
Beta-hydroxy-beta-methylbutyrate
Nutrition supplements: science vs hype, Jun, p 76, CL
Bicycling
Bikers frequently fracture clavicle, Jun, p 17, NB
Black health: see Minority health
Blister
Avoiding and treating blisters, Dec, p 91, EX
Boxing
A genetic link to boxing impairment?, Sep, p 21, NB
Brachial plexus injury: see Burner
Breast cancer
What's new in treating active women, Jul, p 91, F
Burner
Cervical spine and brachial plexus injuries: return-to-play recommendations, Jul, p 60, CL

Caffeine
Caffeine: a user's guide, Nov, p 107, NU
Ergogenic aids: what athletes are using-and why, Apr, p 70, CL
Calcitonin
Osteoporosis in active women: prevention, diagnosis, and treatment, Nov, p 61, CL
Calcium
Team management of the female athlete triad: part 1: what to look for, what to ask, Mar, p 94, RT
Calf: see Leg
Carbohydrate: see also Sugars
Carbohydrate unloading: a reality check, Feb, p 97, NU
Get to know grains: the foundation of good nutrition, Jun, p 107, NU
Cardiomyopathy
HCM: higher risk for black athletes?, May, p 21, NB
Casts
A waterproof cast liner earns high marks, Sep, p 67, CL
Cervical spine: see Spine
Cheerleading
Cheerleading injuries: patterns, prevention, case reports, Sep, p 83, CL
Chest pain
Tuberculosis in a young baseball player, Sep, p 112, CR
Children
How I manage physeal fractures about the knee, Apr, p 108, QA
Overcoming 'protected child syndrome': kids, exercise, and chronic illness, Nov, p 97, F
Chlamydia
Atypical pneumonia in active patients: clues, causes, and return to play, Oct, p 43, CL
Chondroitin
Can supplements reduce arthritis symptoms?, Dec, p 15, NB
Chromium
Nutrition supplements: science vs hype, Jun, p 76, CL
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Exercise and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: modest fitness gains pay big dividends, Nov, p 43, XM
Clavicle: see Shoulder
Clenbuterol
Ergogenic aids: what athletes are using-and why, Apr, p 70, CL
Cold therapy: see Cryotherapy
Collapse
Collapse in a young runner, Jul, p 99, EQ
Concussion
Neurologists offer concussion options, Apr, p 25, NB; (letter) Dec, p 25
Contusion
Calf pain in a recreational basketball player, Jan, p 73, IQ
Cornea: see Eye
Coronary artery disease
A heart mumur and dyspnea in a 65-year-old runner, May, p 121, EQ
Exercise for coronary artery disease: a cornerstone of comprehensive treatment, Dec, p 27, XM
Exercise for mild coronary artery disease, Dec, p 35, PA
Insidious illness in active seniors: decoding atypical presentations, Aug, p 112, CL
What's new in treating active women, Jul, p 91, F
Creatine
Ergogenic aids: what athletes are using-and why, Apr, p 70, CL
Nutrition supplements: science vs hype, Jun, p 76, CL
Crohn's disease
Don't miss gastrointestinal disorders in athletes, Nov, p 80, QA
Cross-training
Cross-training can lead to injuries, Sep, p 22, NB
Cryotherapy
Pain relief for acute soft-tissue injuries, Oct, p 108, F

Dehydroepiandrosterone
Nutrition supplements: science vs hype, Jun, p 76, CL
Dementia pugilistica
A genetic link to boxing impairment?, Sep, p 21, NB
Dermatitis
Managing allergies in active people, Aug, p 129, CL
DEXA: see Diagnostic imaging
Diagnostic imaging
Calf pain in a recreational basketball player, Jan, p 73, IQ
Elbow pain in a cyclist, May, p 83, IQ
Fever of undetermined origin in a soldier, Jun, p 93, IQ
Perplexing shin pain, Apr, p 132, IQ
Team management of the female athlete triad: part 1: what to look for, what to ask, Mar, p 94, RT
Diarrhea
Don't miss gastrointestinal disorders in athletes, Nov, p 80, QA
Dieting: see Weight control, Nutrition Adviser department
Dizziness: see Syncope
Drugs: see also specific drugs, Ergogenic drugs, Drug testing
College athletes using steroids less, marijuana more, Dec, p 21, NB
Pain relief for acute soft-tissue injuries, Oct, p 108, F
Psychoactive drugs and athletic performance, Jan, p 32, CL
Treating hypertension in active patients: which agents work best with exercise?, Sep, p 47, CL

Eating disorders: see also Weight control
Team management of the female athlete triad: part 1: what to look for, what to ask, Mar, p 94, RT
Team management of the female athlete triad: part 2: optimal treatment and prevention tactics, Apr, p 55, RT
What's new in treating active women, Jul, p 91, F
Ebstein's anomaly
A murmur in an asymptomatic athlete, Aug, p 135, EQ
Economic issues
Fueling workouts on a shoestring, Sep, p 147, NU
Elbow
Elbow pain in a cyclist, May, p 83, IQ
Osteochondritis dissecans in a young pitcher: why early recognition matters, Mar, p 85, CR
Electrocardiogram
A heart mumur and dyspnea in a 65-year-old runner, May, p 121, EQ
A murmur in an asymptomatic athlete, Aug, p 135, EQ
Collapse in a young runner, Jul, p 99, EQ
Dizziness in a cardiac rehabilitation patient, Feb, p 89, EQ
Emergency response: see also anatomic site, specific diagnosis
An occult cervical spine fracture, Dec, p 69, CR
Ephedrine
Ephedrine safety rules proposed, Jul, p 29, NB
Epiphysis: see Adolescents, Children, anatomic site
Ergogenic drugs
Ergogenic aids: what athletes are using-and why, Apr, p 70, CL
Insulin as an anabolic aid? a danger for strength athletes, Oct, p 103, IN
Ergogenic nutrition
Eating for peak performance, Oct, p 123, NU
Ephedrine safety rules proposed, Jul, p 29, NB
Fueling workouts on a shoestring, Sep, p 147, NU
Nutrition for muscle builders, Aug, p 145, NU
Nutrition supplements: science vs hype, Jun, p 76, CL
Estrogen
Osteoporosis in active women: prevention, diagnosis, and treatment, Nov, p 61, CL
Exercise effects
Overcoming 'protected child syndrome': kids, exercise, and chronic illness, Nov, p 97, F
The surgeon general's report: a prime resource for exercise advocates, Apr, p 122, F
Treating hypertension in active patients: which agents work best with exercise?, Sep, p 47, CL
Exercise equipment: see also Shoes
Choosing and using exercise equipment, Jan, p 107, EX
Exercise intensity
Strength training: rationale for current guidelines for adult fitness programs, Feb, p 44, CL; (letter) May, p 36
Exercise motivation
Dodging common exercise pitfalls, Jul, p 105, EX
Exercise prescription: see also Exercise Adviser department
Choosing the best exercise for seniors, Jun, p 21, NB
Decreased mobility in the elderly: the exercise antidote, Sep, p 126, XM
Exercise and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: modest fitness gains pay big dividends, Nov, p 43, XM
Exercise for coronary artery disease: a cornerstone of comprehensive treatment, Dec, p 27, XM
Exercise for mild coronary artery disease, Dec, p 35, PA
Exercise for osteoarthritis, Jul, p 57, PA
Exercise your independence, Sep, p 135, PA
Expecting questions about exercise and pregnancy?, Apr, p 84, CL
Extend yourself for low-back pain relief, Jan, p 65, PA
Heart health for a lifetime: sound exercise choices, Nov, p 109, EX
Low-back pain: consider extension education, Jan, p 56, QA
Osteoarthritis: how to make exercise part of your treatment plan, Jul, p 47, XM
Refining rehabilitation with proprioception training: expediting return to play, Oct, p 89, CL
Relieving low-back pain with exercise, Aug, p 67, PA
Strength training: rationale for current guidelines for adult fitness programs, Feb, p 44, CL; (letter) May, p 36
Treating low-back pain: exercise knowns and unknowns, Aug, p 51, XM
Your exercise treatment for lung disease, Nov, p 57, PA
Exercise testing: see Stress testing
Exercise-induced asthma: see Asthma
Extension exercise: see Back pain
Eye
Assessment and management of ocular foreign bodies, Feb, p 76, EM
Treating corneal abrasions and lacerations, Mar, p 38, CL

Fats
Facts about fish: don't miss its benefits, Jan, p 105, NU
Fake sugars and fats: net benefits or real risks?, Apr, p 133, NU
Fellowships
Sports medicine fellowships for physicians, Mar, p 118, L
Female athlete triad
Team management of the female athlete triad: part 1: what to look for, what to ask, Mar, p 94, RT
Team management of the female athlete triad: part 2: optimal treatment and prevention tactics, Apr, p 55, RT
Fever
Fever of undetermined origin in a soldier, Jun, p 93, IQ
Finger: see Hand
Fish
Facts about fish: don't miss its benefits, Jan, p 105, NU
Food labeling
Ephedrine safety rules proposed, Jul, p 29, NB
Foot
Athletic shoes: finding a good match, Sep, p 145, PA
Morton's neuroma: getting patients back on track, May, p 76, CL
Orthoses face off in heel pain treatment, Feb, p 6, NB; (letter) May, p 114
Football
A return to football after heart surgery, Nov, p 16, NB
Fracture: see also Stress fracture
A waterproof cast liner earns high marks, Sep, p 67, CL
An occult cervical spine fracture, Dec, p 69, CR
Bikers frequently fracture clavicle, Jun, p 17, NB
Field splinting of suspected fractures: preparation, assessment, and application, Oct, p 29, CL
How I manage physeal fractures about the knee, Apr, p 108, QA
Scapular fracture in a high school football player, Oct, p 64, CR
Tibial fracture in a basketball player: treatment dilemmas and complications, Jun, p 41, CR
Fungal infection
Pinning down skin infections: diagnosis, treatment, and prevention in wrestlers, Dec, p 45, CL

Gastrointestinal tract
Don't miss gastrointestinal disorders in athletes, Nov, p 80, QA
Genitalia
Sexually transmitted diseases: detection, differentiation, and treatment, Jan, p 76, CL
Glucosamine
Can supplements reduce arthritis symptoms?, Dec, p 15, NB
Grains
Get to know grains: the foundation of good nutrition, Jun, p 107, NU
Growth plate: see Adolescents, Children, anatomic site
Gymnastics
Cheerleading injuries: patterns, prevention, case reports, Sep, p 83, CL
Female gymnasts: older-and healthier?, Mar, p 25, NB

Hamstring: see Thigh
Hand
Hand injuries in rock climbing: reaching the right treatment, May, p 54, CL
Headache
Recognizing exercise-related headache, Feb, p 33, CL
Heart: see also specific diagnosis, Electrocardiogram, Sudden death
A return to football after heart surgery, Nov, p 16, NB
Court affirms right to disqualify athletes, Jan, p 19, NB
Exercise testing guidelines updated, Aug, p 47, NB
Exercise-induced vasovagal syncope: limiting the risks, May, p 64, CL
Heart health for a lifetime: sound exercise choices, Nov, p 109, EX
Heat injury
Heat illness: on-site diagnosis and cooling, Jun, p 35, EM
Heel: see Foot
Herpes
Pinning down skin infections: diagnosis, treatment, and prevention in wrestlers, Dec, p 45, CL
Hiking
How to steer patients toward the right sport shoe, Sep, p 138, F
Human growth hormone
Ergogenic aids: what athletes are using-and why, Apr, p 70, CL
Hunting
When the buck stops the heart, Apr, p 26, NB
Hypertension
Treating hypertension in active patients: which agents work best with exercise?, Sep, p 47, CL
Hyperthermia: see Heat injury
Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy: see Cardiomyopathy
Hypothyroidism
Hypothyroidism presenting as tendinitis, Jan, p 47, CR

Infection: see also Fungal infection, specific diagnosis
Aseptic meningitis: a seasonal concern, Jul, p 34, CL
Atypical pneumonia in active patients: clues, causes, and return to play, Oct, p 43, CL
Pinning down skin infections: diagnosis, treatment, and prevention in wrestlers, Dec, p 45, CL
Tuberculosis in a young baseball player, Sep, p 112, CR
Inflammation
Managing overuse injuries: a systematic approach, May, p 88, CL
Inflammatory bowel disease: see specific disorder
Injury statistics
Anterior cruciate ligament injuries in female athletes: why are women more susceptible?, Apr, p 31, CL; (letter) Aug, p 138
Bikers frequently fracture clavicle, Jun, p 17, NB
Cheerleading injuries: patterns, prevention, case reports, Sep, p 83, CL
Cross-training can lead to injuries, Sep, p 22, NB
Water tubing stirs safety concerns, Jul, p 25, NB
Insomnia
Does exercise truly enhance sleep?, Oct, p 72, CL
Instability: see anatomic site
Insulin
Insulin as an anabolic aid? a danger for strength athletes, Oct, p 103, IN
Intersection syndrome
Wrist pain from overuse: detecting and relieving intersection syndrome, Dec, p 41, CL

Joint: see specific joint

Kidney
Blunt trauma reveals a single kidney: a disqualification dilemma, Nov, p 75, CR
Knee
Acute knee injuries: when to refer, May, p 39, EM
Anterior cruciate ligament injuries in female athletes: why are women more susceptible?, Apr, p 31, CL; (letter) Aug, p 138
Diagnosing posterior cruciate ligament injuries, Nov, p 29, CL
Exercise for osteoarthritis, Jul, p 57, PA
How I manage physeal fractures about the knee, Apr, p 108, QA
What's new in treating active women, Jul, p 91, F

L-carnitine
Nutrition supplements: science vs hype, Jun, p 76, CL
L-tryptophan
Nutrition supplements: science vs hype, Jun, p 76, CL
Lateral collateral ligament: see Knee
Leg
Calf pain in a recreational basketball player, Jan, p 73, IQ
Perplexing shin pain, Apr, p 132, IQ
Tibial fracture in a basketball player: treatment dilemmas and complications, Jun, p 41, CR
Legal issues
Court affirms right to disqualify athletes, Jan, p 19, NB
Pact may help stifle smokeless tobacco use, Aug, p 46, NB
Preparticipation cardiovascular screening: toward a national standard, Mar, p 112, CM
Legionella
Atypical pneumonia in active patients: clues, causes, and return to play, Oct, p 43, CL
Life-threatening conditions: see also anatomic site, specific diagnosis
Heat illness: on-site diagnosis and cooling, Jun, p 35, EM
Lightning
Lightning strikes: how to lower your risk, May, p 129, EX
Low-back pain: see Back pain
Lunch
Take time for a good lunch, Mar, p 129, NU
Lung
Exercise and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: modest fitness gains pay big dividends, Nov, p 43, XM
Your exercise treatment for lung disease, Nov, p 57, PA
Lyme disease
A record high for Lyme disease, Aug, p 37, NB
Joint pain and swelling: could it be Lyme arthritis?, Feb, p 26, CR

Managed care
Primary care sports medicine in the managed care environment: coping in today's culture, Jun, p 96, CL
Medial collateral ligament: see Knee
Meningitis
Aseptic meningitis: a seasonal concern, Jul, p 34, CL
Meniscus: see Knee
Menstrual dysfunction
Team management of the female athlete triad: part 1: what to look for, what to ask, Mar, p 94, RT
Minority health
HCM: higher risk for black athletes?, May, p 21, NB
Morton's neuroma
Morton's neuroma: getting patients back on track, May, p 76, CL
Muscle: see anatomic site, specific diagnosis
Mycoplasma
Atypical pneumonia in active patients: clues, causes, and return to play, Oct, p 43, CL
Myocardial infarction: see also Coronary artery disease
When the buck stops the heart, Apr, p 26, NB
Myofascial pain syndrome
Identifying and treating myofascial pain syndrome, Feb, p 67, CL; (letter) Jun, p 30

Neck
Cervical spine and brachial plexus injuries: return-to-play recommendations, Jul, p 60, CL
Neurologic condition
A genetic link to boxing impairment?, Sep, p 21, NB
Neurologists offer concussion options, Apr, p 25, NB; (letter) Dec, p 25
Neuropathy
Morton's neuroma: getting patients back on track, May, p 76, CL
Nonprescription medication: see Drugs, Drug testing, Ergogenic drugs
Nutrition: see specific nutrient, Ergogenic nutrition, Nutrition Adviser department

Obesity: see also Weight control
Office-based treatment of adult obesity, Apr, p 94, CL; (correction) Aug, p 139
Ocular foreign bodies: see Eye
Older patients
Choosing the best exercise for seniors, Jun, p 21, NB
Decreased mobility in the elderly: the exercise antidote, Sep, p 126, XM
Does exercise truly enhance sleep?, Oct, p 72, CL
Exercise your independence, Sep, p 135, PA
Insidious illness in active seniors: decoding atypical presentations, Aug, p 112, CL
Orthoses
Orthoses face off in heel pain treatment, Feb, p 6, NB; (letter) May, p 114
Osteoarthritis: see Arthritis
Osteochondritis dissecans
Osteochondritis dissecans in a young pitcher: why early recognition matters, Mar, p 85, CR
Osteomyelitis
Perplexing shin pain, Apr, p 132, IQ
Osteoporosis
Osteoporosis in active women: prevention, diagnosis, and treatment, Nov, p 61, CL
What's new in treating active women, Jul, p 91, F
Over-the-counter drugs: see Drugs
Overuse injury
Managing overuse injuries: a systematic approach, May, p 88, CL
Recognizing upper-extremity stress lesions, Aug, p 69, CL
Rotator cuff injury: addressing overhead overuse, Jun, p 54, CL
Wrist pain from overuse: detecting and relieving intersection syndrome, Dec, p 41, CL

Pain: see also Therapeutic modality, Rehabilitation, anatomic site
Identifying and treating myofascial pain syndrome, Feb, p 67, CL; (letter) Jun, p 30
Managing overuse injuries: a systematic approach, May, p 88, CL
Pain relief for acute soft-tissue injuries, Oct, p 108, F
Parents
Overcoming 'protected child syndrome': kids, exercise, and chronic illness, Nov, p 97, F
Patella: see Knee
Pectoralis major: see Shoulder
Periostitis
Recognizing upper-extremity stress lesions, Aug, p 69, CL
Physician leisure
World Medical Games: a jock doc's dream, Jun, p 22, NB
Physis: see Adolescents, Children, anatomic site
Phytochemical
Defense plants: foods that fight disease, Dec, p 89, NU
Plantar fasciitis
Orthoses face off in heel pain treatment, Feb, p 6, NB; (letter) May, p 114
Pneumonia
Atypical pneumonia in active patients: clues, causes, and return to play, Oct, p 43, CL
Insidious illness in active seniors: decoding atypical presentations, Aug, p 112, CL
Posterior cruciate ligament: see Knee
Practice guidelines
Exercise testing guidelines updated, Aug, p 47, NB
Neurologists offer concussion options, Apr, p 25, NB; (letter) Dec, p 25
Practice management
Primary care sports medicine in the managed care environment: coping in today's culture, Jun, p 96, CL
Pregnancy
Expecting questions about exercise and pregnancy?, Apr, p 84, CL
What's new in treating active women, Jul, p 91, F
Preparticipation exam
Preparticipation cardiovascular screening: toward a national standard, Mar, p 112, CM
Prescription medication: see Drugs
Prevention
Defense plants: foods that fight disease, Dec, p 89, NU
Exercise for coronary artery disease: a cornerstone of comprehensive treatment, Dec, p 27, XM
Exercise for mild coronary artery disease, Dec, p 35, PA
Pact may help stifle smokeless tobacco use, Aug, p 46, NB
Proprioception
Refining rehabilitation with proprioception training: expediting return to play, Oct, p 89, CL
Protein
Animal proteins and active people, May, p 123, NU
Facts about fish: don't miss its benefits, Jan, p 105, NU
Psychoactive drugs: see Drugs
Psychological issues: see also Addiction
Does exercise truly enhance sleep?, Oct, p 72, CL
Overcoming 'protected child syndrome': kids, exercise, and chronic illness, Nov, p 97, F
Psychoactive drugs and athletic performance, Jan, p 32, CL
Team management of the female athlete triad: part 2: optimal treatment and prevention tactics, Apr, p 55, RT
Teen violence prevention: how to make a brief encounter make a difference, Mar, p 69, CL

Rehabilitation
Extend yourself for low-back pain relief, Jan, p 65, PA
Low-back pain: consider extension education, Jan, p 56, QA
Managing ankle sprains: keys to preserving motion and strength, Mar, p 56, QA
Managing overuse injuries: a systematic approach, May, p 88, CL
Refining rehabilitation with proprioception training: expediting return to play, Oct, p 89, CL
Resistance exercise: see Strength training
Rock climbing
Hand injuries in rock climbing: reaching the right treatment, May, p 54, CL
Ross procedure
A return to football after heart surgery, Nov, p 16, NB
Rotator cuff: see Shoulder

Sarcoidosis
Fever of undetermined origin in a soldier, Jun, p 93, IQ
Scapula: see Shoulder
Sexually transmitted diseases: see also specific diagnosis
Sexually transmitted diseases: detection, differentiation, and treatment, Jan, p 76, CL
Shin: see Leg
Shoes
Athletic shoes: finding a good match, Sep, p 145, PA
How to steer patients toward the right sport shoe, Sep, p 138, F
Shoulder
Bikers frequently fracture clavicle, Jun, p 17, NB
Recognizing upper-extremity stress lesions, Aug, p 69, CL
Rotator cuff injury: addressing overhead overuse, Jun, p 54, CL
Rupture of the pectoralis major muscle: diagnosis and treatment, Aug, p 118, CL
Scapular fracture in a high school football player, Oct, p 64, CR
Single-organ patients
Blunt trauma reveals a single kidney: a disqualification dilemma, Nov, p 75, CR
Sit-ups
The right way to do sit-ups, Jun, p 111, EX
Skin conditions
Help patients get serious about sunscreens, May, p 117, F
Pinning down skin infections: diagnosis, treatment, and prevention in wrestlers, Dec, p 45, CL
Skin care for active people, Mar, p 131, EX
Sleep
Does exercise truly enhance sleep?, Oct, p 72, CL
Smokeless tobacco: see Tobacco
Spine
An occult cervical spine fracture, Dec, p 69, CR
Cervical spine and brachial plexus injuries: return-to-play recommendations, Jul, p 60, CL
Lumbar spine stress fracture in a young athlete, Aug, p 92, CR
Splint
Field splinting of suspected fractures: preparation, assessment, and application, Oct, p 29, CL
Sports medicine
Primary care sports medicine in the managed care environment: coping in today's culture, Jun, p 96, CL
World Medical Games: a jock doc's dream, Jun, p 22, NB
Sprain
Managing ankle sprains: keys to preserving motion and strength, Mar, p 56, QA
Persistent Pain After Ankle Sprain: targeting the causes, Dec, p 58, CL
Strain
Calf pain in a recreational basketball player, Jan, p 73, IQ
Strength training
Decreased mobility in the elderly: the exercise antidote, Sep, p 126, XM
Exercise your independence, Sep, p 135, PA
Insulin as an anabolic aid? a danger for strength athletes, Oct, p 103, IN
Nutrition for muscle builders, Aug, p 145, NU
Strength training: rationale for current guidelines for adult fitness programs, Feb, p 44, CL; (letter) May, p 36
Stress fracture
Lumbar spine stress fracture in a young athlete, Aug, p 92, CR
Recognizing upper-extremity stress lesions, Aug, p 69, CL
Team management of the female athlete triad: part 1: what to look for, what to ask, Mar, p 94, RT
Stress testing
Exercise testing guidelines updated, Aug, p 47, NB
Substance abuse: see Drugs
Sudden death
Collapse in a young runner, Jul, p 99, EQ
Court affirms right to disqualify athletes, Jan, p 19, NB
Overcoming 'protected child syndrome': kids, exercise, and chronic illness, Nov, p 97, F
Preparticipation cardiovascular screening: toward a national standard, Mar, p 112, CM
Sugars
Fake sugars and fats: net benefits or real risk?, Apr, p 133, NU
Sun damage
Help patients get serious about sunscreens, May, p 117, F
Sunscreen
Help patients get serious about sunscreens, May, p 117, F
Supplements: see Ergogenic drugs, Ergogenic nutrition
Surgeon general's report
The surgeon general's report: a prime resource for exercise advocates, Apr, p 122, F
Syncope
Dizziness in a cardiac rehabilitation patient, Feb, p 89, EQ
Exercise-induced vasovagal syncope: limiting the risks, May, p 64, CL

Team physician
A postgame nightmare, Feb, p 88, IN
Blunt trauma reveals a single kindney: a disqualification dilemma, Nov, p 75, CR
Court affirms right to disqualify athletes, Jan, p 19, NB
Primary care sports medicine in the managed care environment: coping in today's culture, Jun, p 96, CL
Tendinitis
Elbow pain in a cyclist, May, p 83, IQ
Hypothyroidism presenting as tendinitis, Jan, p 47, CR
Wrist pain from overuse: detecting and relieving intersection syndrome, Dec, p 41, CL
Therapeutic modality
Pain relief for acute soft-tissue injuries, Oct, p 108, F
Thigh
Team up for thigh stretches: exercises for flexibility or recovery, Oct, p 129, EX
Thyroid
Hypothyroidism presenting as tendinitis, Jan, p 47, CR
Tibia: see Leg
Ticks
A record high for Lyme disease, Aug, p 37, NB
Joint pain and swelling: could it be Lyme arthritis?, Feb, p 26, CR
Tinea corporis
Pinning down skin infections: diagnosis, treatment, and prevention in wrestlers, Dec, p 45 , CL
Tobacco
Pact may help stifle smokeless tobacco use, Aug, p 46, NB
Trigger points
Identifying and treating myofascial pain syndrome, Feb, p 67, CL; (letter) Jun, p 30
Tuberculosis
Tuberculosis in a young baseball player, Sep, p 112, CR

Ulcer
Insidious illness in active seniors: decoding atypical presentations, Aug, p 112, CL
Ulcerative colitis
Don't miss gastrointestinal disorders in athletes, Nov, p 80, QA

Vasovagal syncope: see Syncope
Ventricular fibrillation
Collapse in a young runner, Jul, p 99, EQ
Ventricular tachycardia
Dizziness in a cardiac rehabilitation patient, Feb, p 89, EQ
Violence
A postgame nightmare, Feb, p 88, IN
Teen violence prevention: how to make a brief encounter make a difference, Mar, p 69, CL
Vitamins
Eating for vitamins: do you need supplements?, Jul, p 103, NU

Water tubing
Water tubing stirs safety concerns, Jul, p 25, NB
Water workouts
A waterproof cast liner earns high marks, Sep, p 67, CL
Weight control: see also Eating disorders, Obesity, Nutrition Adviser department
Exercising to lose 10 to 20 pounds, Apr, p 139, EX
Women's health
Anterior cruciate ligament injuries in female athletes: why are women more susceptible?, Apr, p 31, CL; (letter) Aug, p 138
Expecting questions about exercise and pregnancy?, Apr, p 84, CL
Female gymnasts: older-and healthier?, Mar, p 25, NB
Osteoporosis in active women: prevention, diagnosis, and treatment, Nov, p 61, CL
Team management of the female athlete triad: part 1: what to look for, what to ask, Mar, p 94, RT
What's new in treating active women, Jul, p 91, F
World Medical Games
World Medical Games: a jock doc's dream, Jun, p 22, NB
Wrestling
Pinning down skin infections: diagnosis, treatment, and prevention in wrestlers, Dec, p 45, CL
Wrist
Wrist pain from overuse: detecting and relieving intersection syndrome, Dec, p 41, CL


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